The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and Theology in a Postliberal Age an understanding of doctrine that will aid ecumenical discussion, Lindbeck sketches in this. In addition to his account of the nature of religion, George Lindbeck also addresses the relationship between Christianity and other religions, the resolution of. Friday 16th November GMT – Sunday 18th November GMT: Payment facilities will be unavailable on Taylor & Francis Online during this period due.
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Oct 07, David rated it really liked it Shelves: In his view, doctrines are Other editions – View all The Nature of Doctrine: It’s absorbing how people talk about God that forms how to talk about God. The Nature of Doctrine: This enables him to discuss both the intra-confessional reconciliation and interreligious dialogue.
A most worthwhile read for those interested in this sort of thing. If Karl Barth delivered a mortal blow to liberalism, Lindbeck nailed the lid shut on the coffin. John Shelton rated it it was amazing Mar 09, Although shaped intimately by theological concerns, this approach is consonant with the most advanced anthropological, sociological, and philosophical thought of our times. I don’t see how postliberal theology can demand this from its followers.
The Nature of Doctrine by George A. Lindbeck
Lindbeck Limited preview – Aug 09, Ryan rated it really liked it. Not literally heavy, as its only pages. Westminster John Knox Press Amazon. In addition to his account of the nature of religion, George Lindbeck also addresses the relationship between Christianity and other religions, the resolution of historic doctrinal conflict among Christian communities, and the nature and task of theology itself.
This groundbreaking work lays the foundation for a theology based on a cultural-linguistic approach to religion and a regulative or rule theory of doctrine.
After his doctoral degree in Theology, he continued in Yale yhe a professor till his retirement. The popular notion that doctrinal reconciliation is not possible without doctrinal change has challenged him to identify an alternative approach.
But it is not without some limitations. This is the clear benefit of Lindbeck’s postliberal or cultural-linguistic theology. I have seen the word “intratextual” thrown around in other places and know I finally know what that means too; this quote Linkbeck’s conclusions are the starting point for a lot linbdeck the theology books I have enjoyed reading.
Jeremy Garber rated it it was amazing May 11, To learn theology is not to read some propositions either.
The Nature of Doctrine
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I thought his last chapter on hermeneutics was somewhat helpful, but also murky. Essentially, theology takes place locally and contextually.
Provocative, accessible, ecumenical, pragmatic — everything the classic primer on post-liberal theology ought to be. These norms, to repeat a point often made in this book, are like the rules of depth grammar, which linguists search for and may at times approximate but never grasp.
Good reading for anybody who wants to enter to systematic or fundamental theology. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Overall, I appreciate what Lindbeck is trying to do here: Remember me on this computer.